VAULT Festival is for everyone. A lot of our audience members have different needs, and we’re constantly trying to ensure that everyone’s festival experience is perfect. This page contains information about Accessibility at the festival – but if you have a specific question, please email email@example.com and we’ll get back to you swiftly.
All venues at The Vaults and Network Theatre are wheelchair accessible.
Wheelchair Accessible Directions to The Vaults:
Leave Waterloo Station via Exit 2. Turn right onto Waterloo Road. Continue along Waterloo Road until you reach Baylis Road on the right hand side. Turn onto Baylis Road and continue pass Spur Road. Turn right onto Lower Marsh (you will see Cubana restaurant on the left). Continue up Lower Marsh until you reach Leake Street graffiti tunnel on the right hand side. Go down the ramp and continue along Leake Street. The entrance to The Vaults will be on your right.
Unfortunately the Travelling Through Bookshop, Horse & Stables and Vaulty Towers are not currently wheelchair accessible.
Please don’t hesitate to contact Front of House (firstname.lastname@example.org) in advance if you have any questions or requirements.
We can usually offer free Accompanying Personal Assistant/Companion tickets, so please let us know in advance if that would be helpful.
We encourage shows at VAULT, where possible, to present Relaxed, Captioned or Signed performances which may be a more comfortable experience for some audience members.
Relaxed performances are open to everyone, but the environment has been specifically adapted for audiences and individuals with sensory and communication disorders, those with learning disabilities and anyone who would benefit from a more relaxed environment.
Womans (Like Romans but with a ‘W’) – 30 Jan – 3 Feb
Fix Us – 1 Feb
Ben Target: Work in Progress – 7 Feb
Jericho – 10 Feb
Jade City – 10 Feb
Orangutan – 10 Feb, 3pm
Full Moon Cabaret – 14 & 15 Feb
Everywoman – 16 Feb. This performance is also baby friendly.
Ladybones – 23 Feb
The Lovely Bug Ball – 23 & 24 Feb
One Duck Down – 24 Feb
It’s Not A Sprint – 3 Mar
Galvanise – 2 Mar
Work Bitch – 2 Mar
Battleacts – 6 – 10 Mar
3 Billions Seconds – 9 Mar
Bobby & Amy – 10 Mar
Access Platform – 13 & 14 Mar
10 – 16 Mar (3pm performance)
At a captioned performance the words are displayed on a screen (or screens), placed near the stage or in the set or via handheld captioning equipment, and can be seen at the same time as they are spoken or sung.
A BSL interpreter will stand in a visible position and interpret the spoken and heard elements of a performance.
Touch tours give blind or partially sighted audiences access to the stage and set before a performance is a way of firming up the descriptive information they may have already received.
The Lovely Bug Ball – 24 Feb